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tithes and offerings

 
Bring the full tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. And thereby put me to the test, says the Lord of hosts, if I will not open the windows of heaven for you and pour down for you a blessing until there is no more need. I will rebuke the devourer for you, so that it will not destroy the fruits of your soil, and your vine in the field shall not fail to bear, says the Lord of hosts. Then all nations will call you blessed, for you will be a land of delight, says the Lord of hosts.
Malachi 3:10-12
 
Through the tithe, God took care of His people—and through the act of generous giving, God continues to bless His people.

missions

liberty square reaching the heart of africa – simone’s kids

  • God’s Hope Primary School provides over 500 orphaned and poverty-stricken students, ages 3-13, a high quality primary education
  • In 2016 God’s Hope High School opened, providing 300 Students, ages 13-19, a high quality secondary education.
  • Simone’s Kids provides breakfast and lunch daily for those 500 students and the teachers which includes an egg, a piece of fruit and porridge for breakfast. For lunch, they receive pocho, beans, a side vegetable, and fruit.
  • A 40-student choir and winning soccer team create after school activities for the children as well as useful skills in basket making and word working.
  • Opportunities exist to individually sponsor students at God’s Hope Schools.

liberty square reaching the heart of israel – ministry to israel

  • Since 1991, Ministry to Israel (MTI) has assisted in the gathering and transporting of tens of thousands of Jewish immigrants to Israel.
  • It costs $360 to assist a Jewish person from the Former Soviet Union west of the Ural Mountains as well as those living in Siberia and the far east cities.
  • There are well over 500,000 Jewish people in the 13 regions of the Former Soviet Union.
  • Through EMBRACE, churches or individuals can sponsor an immigrant family for a six month or one year commitment of $100 per month.
  • Practical Assistance Tours (P.A.T.) are for Christians who want to do a little more than just see the biblical sites of the Holy Land. A tour combines short term work projects with a few days of touring.
 

liberty square reaching the heart of ecuador – project m:25

  • Train ministers at SemiSud Seminary, hold workshops in local churches, host children’s and benevolent outreach around Ecuador.
  • Since 2012, when the Agua Viva property was purchased, over 1000 children have been assisted through after school educational opportunities, nutritional assistance, medical assistance, case management services and family counseling.
  • Give Care is a collaborative effort designed to provide immediate and long-term follow-up care for children who have suffered trauma from Ecuador’s devastating earthquake.
  • AGAPE Christmas is in it’s fifth year, providing Christmas for hundreds of at-risk children in Ecuador for $20 each.

local missions

liberty square is reaching the heart of bartow county

 

Harvest House Food Pantry

  • Feeds over 700 families monthly
  • 12,000 lbs of food distributed weekly
  • Over 25 hours/week volunteer hours
  • Food is distributed every Thursday from 10am-12pm
For more information or to volunteer, please contact Jack Howell at jhowell48@yahoo.com
 

Bartow Family Resources

  • Two locations in Bartow County
  • Serving women and their families through counseling, pregnancy services and education
 

The Gideons International

  • Distribute Bibles and witness to law enforcement, military, prisons, hospitals and hotels all over the world
  • More than 2 Bibles are distributed each second and 1 million every 4 days!
 

Backpack Buddies

  • $8 provides a weekend’s worth of food for a school-aged child in Bartow County
  • Donations from The Church at Liberty Square currently provide 15 students their weekend meals at a local preschool.
For more information about this program or to volunteer to pack/deliver meals, please contact the church office at 770.382.9489
 

The Bridge at Church Street

  • Every Sunday morning from 7:30am-9am volunteers from local churches come together to feed and minister to the homeless in downtown Cartersville.
  • Volunteers hand out food, blankets and clothing to an average of 20 people with a rotating audience.